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In the Name of El Pueblo : Place, Community, and the Politics of History in Yucatán

By: Eiss, Paul K.
Contributor(s): Mignolo, Walter D | Silverblatt, Irene | Saldívar-Hull, Sonia.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Latin America Otherwise: Publisher: Durham : Duke University Press, 2010Description: 1 online resource (356 p.).ISBN: 9780822392798.Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: In the Name of El Pueblo : Place, Community, and the Politics of History in YucatánDDC classification: 972/.65 LOC classification: F1376 | .E377 2010Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Contents; About the Series; Acknowledgments; Introduction: From Archive to Ashes; I. Dispossession; 1. The Last Cacique: The Archival Landscapes of Kah, Comun, and Pueblo; 2. King of the Forest: Civilization, Savagery, and the Annals of History; 3. Hunucma's Zapata: Objects of Insurgency and Auguries of Liberation; II. Repossession; 4. The Redemption: Subjects of Revolution and Objects of Governance; 5. The General and the Beast: Murder, Martyrdom, and the Bones of el Pueblo; 6. The President 's Dead Hand: Surveys, Maps, and the Measure of el Pueblo; III. Recognition
7. The War of the Eggs: Tragedy, Redemption, and the Carnivalesque8. By the Virgin's Grace: The Archival Landscapes of Miracle, Money, and Memory; 9. Poet , Prophet, and Politician: Forgetting and Remembering Hunucma; Conclusion: ""No""-Place; Appendix; Notes; Glossary; Bibliography; Index
Summary: An anthropological and historical analysis of the multiple meanings of the term el pueblo, among working-class indigenous and mestizo populations in Mexico s Yucatán peninsula.
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Contents; About the Series; Acknowledgments; Introduction: From Archive to Ashes; I. Dispossession; 1. The Last Cacique: The Archival Landscapes of Kah, Comun, and Pueblo; 2. King of the Forest: Civilization, Savagery, and the Annals of History; 3. Hunucma's Zapata: Objects of Insurgency and Auguries of Liberation; II. Repossession; 4. The Redemption: Subjects of Revolution and Objects of Governance; 5. The General and the Beast: Murder, Martyrdom, and the Bones of el Pueblo; 6. The President 's Dead Hand: Surveys, Maps, and the Measure of el Pueblo; III. Recognition

7. The War of the Eggs: Tragedy, Redemption, and the Carnivalesque8. By the Virgin's Grace: The Archival Landscapes of Miracle, Money, and Memory; 9. Poet , Prophet, and Politician: Forgetting and Remembering Hunucma; Conclusion: ""No""-Place; Appendix; Notes; Glossary; Bibliography; Index

An anthropological and historical analysis of the multiple meanings of the term el pueblo, among working-class indigenous and mestizo populations in Mexico s Yucatán peninsula.

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<p>Paul K. Eiss is Associate Professor of Anthropology and History and the Director of the Center for the Arts in Society at Carnegie Mellon University.</p>

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